Christos Tzolis' move is subject to international clearance; the 19-year-old winger arrives at Carrow Road on a deal until the summer of 2026; watch Norwich face Liverpool live on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event this Saturday from 5pm; kick-off 5:30pm
Tzolis has joined Norwich from PAOK on a five-year deal (Credit: Matt Usher, Norwich City)
English Premier League club Norwich signed Greece winger Christos Tzolis to a five-year contract on Thursday.
The 19-year-old Tzolis arrives from Greek club PAOK for an undisclosed fee. He recorded 16 goals and 10 assists in 46 appearances last season for the Thessaloniki-based club.
“It was a very good season for me and I hope to continue like this here in the Premier League,” Tzolis said in a team statement.
Canaries manager Daniel Farke said “some of the biggest teams in Europe” were also interested in signing Tzolis, who made his international debut last year.
“In his age group, Christos is probably one of the most exciting offensive players across European football,” Farke said. “He’s a young winger with lots of pace and potential.”
On Monday, Norwich signed 21-year-old United States forward Josh Sargent from German team Werder Bremen.
Newly promoted Norwich hosts Liverpool on Saturday in the season opener.